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administration, currently on the advisory committee for the cia, and former cia officer bob baer. this video we just showed from the assad regime, shown on syrian state television. want to show it again. it's supposedly a victim suffering from a chemical weapons attack. no one shows any physical signs of injury, no convulsions, no vomiting. at least three experts on chemical weapons say that judging from what they see here, it doesn't seem like a chemical weapons attack. knowing what you know about these type of agents and their effect on humans, do you agree? >> you know, it's difficult to tell without examining the patients. and you need sophisticated equipment to do that. a lot of the symptoms you're seeing in these patients could be caused by insecticide, for instance. any organophosphate which sarin is, but the fact that so few people have died or if any have died tells me that this probably wasn't a sarin attack but we can't rule out some sort of diluted chemical had been used. >> the regime is saying it's the rebels using chemicals. if it was something like a diluted chemical, dispersal
the debate, democrat dick durbin and republican bob corker. then, republican at a crossroads. as conservative activists gather in washington, gop leaders argue about the future of the party. we'll discuss differences within the gop with matt kibbie of freedom works and former congressman steve latourette of the republican mainstream partnership. >>> the u.s. responds to north korean threats by beefing up its missile defense as the president heads to israel. we will ask our sunday panel whether mr. obama has the right answers to foreign policy challenges around the world. and our power player of the week. a celebrity chef combines the classic with the cutting edge. all right now on "fox news sunday." >> chris: hello again and happy st. patrick's day from fox news in washington. the president met with republicans and democrats in both the house and senate this week. but for all of the talk of a grand bar gain there was no sign the two parties are any closer to bridging the divide over our nation's debt. we want to discuss the chances for a deal with two key senators. dick durbin the senate's nu
on "morning joe," more on the ten-year anniversary of the invasion of iraq. with the "washington post" bob woodward and paul rieckhoff. also kelly o'donnell. today is the primary and the special house seat election there with mark sanford in the field. up next, the top stories in the politico playbook. but first, bill karins with a check on the winter storm. >>> as advertised, it's an ugly morning in new england. school delays and cancellations, especially up toward massachusetts, vermont, new hampshire and up here into maine. the temperatures tell the story of how the roads are this morning as you head out. as you look at the freezing line, it's right in here now, it's moving up to northern connecticut and just south of boston. south of that line through rhode island and connecticut, it's slushy, passable, the roads are improving. we are plenty cold north of there, and that's where the snow is coming down and that's where the travel is by far the worst. the white on this map shows you the snow, the blue and white inside of the snow. and there's even some pretty good snow moving up through
to bob beckel, former campaign manager co-host of "the five." brad blakeman, deputy campaign manager of president george w. bush. good morning to you. who wants to be peter cottontail here? brad, do you want to raise for your hand for that or is that better suted for bob? >> i will raise my hand. bill: what kind of a mess have they gotten themselves into? >> the president to say a event funded by almost entirely by corporate donation has to be canceled. don't forget, they went to every member of congress not only to themselves or families this is shot over the bow of congress if it is canceled it is your fault. the fact. matter this event is mostly underwritten by volunteers who donate their time and money. there is very little cost to the government. this is tradition that goes back decades upon decades. it is punishment to the people who line up to come to their kids to an event become part of this --. bill: but for now it is on schedule so members of congress can come in and members of the public can not so tours have been canceled. >> that's right. bill: bob, how do you see it? >
love those. >> bob, you are up. >> bob: back in the day, since i was around to cover most all the inaugust rations, for example, going back to abraham lincoln, the second one, there is something absurd about the ncaa. that is the college athletes who are supposed to be going to school. and sports is part of their life at school. but you know that virtually nobody who will go in the n.b.a. draft this year will have gotp out of college? i don't think anybody in the last two or three drafts graduated from college. maybe i'm wrong, maybe one or two. when you look at the facts here, ten freshmen apply for the draft this year. ten out of 48 collegiate players. that is just absolutely absur absurd. >> dana: isn't it better than wasting the school's time? >> bob: i think it's waste of the kids' time myself. >> kimberly: this is a sad story. but, you know, the poor girl scouts. there is two oregon troops of girl scouts and they were excited because they thought they got an awesome order but they were duped. somebody tricked them. very sad, actually. >> bob: it was greg. >> greg: yes. >
story. yields down, back below 2%. 1.9%. people in treasuries nervous about vie press. is bob nervous? the head of fixed income management at vanguard managing more than $700 billion in bond and money markets assets. bob, thank you for taking the time. what has been the overall bond market reaction to what we are seeing between those european nations and cypress? >> caller: sure. in general, it's been fairly muted this morning. the first time, i think, the markets have refocused on an event risk, but that said, if you look at most u.s. financial companies, the large banks and the larger european banks, they are only about five basis points wider in yield versus treasury. of course, the exception is the spanish, the italian banks, which are 30 basis points wider this morning. dagen: bob, do you think that that reaction should be bigger given what we're seeing, or is this an isolated incident, and to answer the bigger question, is this worth it for the european union to force a haircut on bank deposits? >> caller: no, i don't think it's worth it for them in the long run. that is the cor
, the news organization apparently on the wrong side of this fight. bob beckel was one of those who is upset by the decision to use this as a prop in a television show and he will join us live to explain why he and many others think this network went way over the line. >> i am so outraged by this, cbs is idiotic, stupid and don't blame it on young producers, it had to go through somebody at the executive branch of cbs and cbs can't do better than that to have people go to a memorial where americans died then you ought to get off the network. [ male announcer ] this is a reason to look twice. the stunning lexus es. get great values on your favorite lexus models during the command performance sales event. this is theursuit of perfection. >> newly elected pope francis already making an impression as a kind and gentle man, but his personal charm apparently may not translate as well over the phone. reports today that he recently dialed out of the vatican himself instead of using a personal secretary to place the call, heaven forbid. we're told this is a major papal faux pas. the receptionist on
? opening it or closing it? >> you got the mlb -- >> i get they do have the mlb package! >> bob bowman did that for them. >> it's something. what else you got? >> i was going to talk about the pope but you went on too long. bantering about gitmo. >> what did the pope say? >> it's about sex. >> the pope is talking about sex? >> did he in a certain way and it's fascinating. it's a good conversation and i'm not going to waste it on the last 20 seconds of this block so we will save it. >> that's what you call a deep tease! that's a tv term! >>> coming up on "morning joe," in two days we will celebrate the third anniversary of president obama signing his health care act into law. >> we will ask kathleen sebelius about that and she joins us later. campbell brown will be here and "the washington post" ezra klein. up next the top stories in the politico playbook. first, bill karins with a check on the forecast. >>> no good news and another snowstorm moving across the country. most likely sunday into monday. let me show you the stark contrast between this start of spring and last year. last year at
of the "washington journal" today. we're taking calls from just republicans. up first is bob from philadelphia, pennsylvania. bob, thanks for calling in this morning. caller: good morning. how are you, sir? host: good. your thoughts on this new effort? caller: i think that they are still missing a little bit of the point here. i think the biggest problem is uninformed voters. all they hear all day long is just background noise from mainstream media. i was a staunch liberal democrat. i truly was, until i started doing my own research and finding my own facts. even my mom and dad were staunch liberals. they're both dead now. t like my mom always thought jack kennedy could do nothing wrong. the biggest thing that converted necessity to being a republican is when i watched the democratic convention, and on the floor, they had the vote to put god and israel back on the platform. why on earth did they ever take it out? that was like the beginning, the wake-up call for me. and then the other day, you guys were talking about chuck hagel and the new missile sites and everything. i listened to all the c
this is the "bill press show." converstion started next. >> i'm a slutty bob hope. >> you are. >> the troops love me. the sweatshirt is nice and all but i could use a golden lasso. (vo) only on current tv. john fugelsang: if you believe in states rights but still support the drug war you must be high. cenk uygur: i think the number one thing viewers like about the young turks is that we're honest. i think the audience gets that i actually mean it. michael shure: this show is about being up to date so a lot of my work happens by doing the things that i am given to doing anyway. joy behar: you can say anything here. jerry springer: i spent a couple joy behar: your mistake was writing a check jerry springer: she never cashed it (vo) the day's events. four very unique points of view. tonight starting at 6 eastern. ♪ >> announcer: this is the "bill press show." >> bill: twenty-six minutes after the hour. here we go it is the "full court press" here on thursday march 21st. we reported yesterday and talked a lot about harry reid making the unilateral decision in the senate that he was so sure
two distinguished senators, a demonstrate from new hampshire and bob corker, republican from tennessee. senator sheen, let me begin with you. what do i see here? you took out the sequester. that's out of this new budget and put in another trillion dollar tax hike which my friend jech sessions says it's really lie 1.5 trillion. i don't see this as a gat vote or any good for the economy either. >> well, i think you're wrong. the fact is taking out the sequester is one of the best things that the budget does. in new hampshire we're already seeing the impacts of that sequester. our second largest city will have the tower closed because of the sequester. it's one of the busiest aviation airports in new england. we're seeing workers at our naval shipyard who will be furloughed and small businesses all across new hampshire who are being affected by that. you know, the best way we can deal with our debt and deficit long term is to grow the economy and that's what this budget does. it recognizes we need to invest long term. we need to cut spending and it does that. it does not do that. >> we ne
, and that's 30 republican governors across the country. [cheers and applause] >> people like bob mcdonald, scott walker, john kasich, susana martinez, chris christie, brian sandoval. these are the people we need to listen to and make sure their message is heard loud and clear across the country. martha: he included in that group governor bob mcdonnell of virginia, and governor chris christie of new jersey both of whom were not invited to speak. >> he could have included matt america's ade. they know what works in terms of washington which has a lot of theories about what should work. governors have to balance their budget every year, have to live within your means. washington could take lessons from many of the governors, martha. martha: i think you'll see a lot of focus in the blue and purple states as mitt romney said where republican governors are doing well. some wonder why a couple of those names were not included in the conference. there is a new report where they acknowledge the technological shortcomings for one thing and the outreach that needs to start now if republicans hope to
that to leader bob of coca-cola out of my cold, dead hands. more important things to deal with. you said it. the lunar landscape. the pothole that swallows up your car and forces you to have to take a reverse mortgage but pay to fix it. meantime, not even a bump in the bike path and there is no bicyclist using it. you scratch your head and wonder where the priorities are. lou: where are the priorities? >> the food stamp thing you cannot entirely blame on @%oomberg. this is a problem with the when the program is structured. a federal government pays the entire cost of food stamp benefits. if you are a mayor or governor is in the interest of you state and city just in terms of the flow ofoney that as many people sign up for footsteps possible. maybe not in the interest of the city's culture dappled and another government. lou: i was trying is somewhat different conclusion, thinking that irrespective of who pays for it that you have a number of people who would be in need of it doubled during your administration. not a happy reflection on the state of the economy, nor their governance of is fa
of virginia, joe benson in west virginia has already dense pretty carefully for his state. bob casey in pennsylvania. then joe dahlia of indiana, martin heinrich of indiana, harry reid of nevada. they may not be up for reelection next year, but there have been vocal supporters of guns and gun rights. and there is, of course, politics. the politics and in the business. guns are booming. it was a banner year for gun sales. the firearms industry had a nearly $32 billion impact on our economy, up from nearly $20 billion in 2009. $32 billion. by the way, almost 20 million background checks last year. as the highest number of background checks ever recorded. it started publishing the statistics back in 1998. so just as colorado about the economic impact of restricting the second amendment. gun parts manufacturers bank poll polling data the state now that they have a newly signed law and the state getting ammunition magazines that hold more than 15 rounds . president obama in the land. syria, topic number one of the agenda. and the "a-team" next. the house in the senate working on budgets t
like to if you wish to opine, no malism and congratulations to bob laconte of wood land park, new jersey. he was the first one to define corgon. the spin stops here. we are definitely looking out for you. >> sean: tonight i'm joined by renowned middle east expert and much more. you will hear directly from our audience on a week when president obama made his very first trip from israel since taking office we continue to see more of the same from campaigner in chief. he met with israel's leaders but offered no real solutions for middle east peace. it will take a lot more in a few days to fix the reckless foreign policy of the last now fewer years. he is aware of the challenge. >> i'm meeting none of these challenges will not be easy. ultimately it's not a hard problem. its hard slog to work through all these issues. it's hard. >> sean: aside from hitting the links in tiger woods and paling around with beyonce, it's hard work being the leader of the world. his trip didn't go entirely as planned. it included the burning of american flag and images of obama himself. then there was some
of the vote because of ross perot. in 1996, bob dole lost to bill clinton badly, but he carried the asian vote. things have been on a decline ever since. the point that mitt romney managed to win only 26% of the asian vote. there are pockets of agents' supporters in the republican there are pockets of asian supporters in the republican party. withling to them educational choice and opportunity and small business. with the exception of nevada, the asian vote collapsed. now, michael targeting. e have heard from michael -- now, micro targeting. we have heard from michael barone. a friend of mine was handed an ipad and a clipboard before the election and was told, "this is the precinct you are going to walk." is onlysaid, "this four households." and they said, "that is ok. we have collins the messages -- , andve honed the messages we have decided that this is the script to appeal to those voters, and your job is to go out and get those, and nothing else. we will give you another precinct in the afternoon." she found them, and they were home, and she got the votes. that is micro targeting. ford, a
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: jay carney is bobbing and weaving over the country. has the president ever talked to anyone? has the president talked to any survivors. here is what he said. >> to your knowledge, has president obama made any effort to meet with or speak with any of the benghazi survivors himself? >> you know, we don't talk about specifics in terms of the president's visits to walter reed. >> or elsewhere? >> i don't have anything for you onow the answer to that question. >> anna: you would think that would be one of the first things the president would do following the incident that happened on september 11 is meet with these folks, especially since we're told there were requests for additional security that appears to not have come to fruition for them. >> exactly. we actually don't even know what the president was doing that night on 9-11. i guess he was in the white house. he had a half hour conversation about benghazi, never spoke again with the defense secretary, did not speak directly with hillary clinton, we were told. all of this is very strange. the hacking element is just one more biza
, to natural instincts. jenna: today fbi director bob muller faces some new questions from lawmakers on the status of the investigation of the benghazi terror attacks. this is as more questions are surfacing about why we aren't hearing from the survivors. >> does the white house take a position on whether the various lawmakers who have been seeking access to the benghazi survivors should, in fact, have that access? >> as i said on your air the other day, the white house is certainly not preventing anybody from having access to any of the survivors of the benghazi attack. i think it's worth noting that government employees, in this case some of them in highly-sensitive positions, have responsibilities that existed before and exist after an attack like that. but investigation is ongoing. we don't talk about specifics in terms of the president's visits to walter reed. i can -- >> or elsewhere? >> i don't have anything for you on that. i don't know the answer to that question. jenna: just to clarify, james rosen asked jay carney has the president met with any of the survivors, and that's
, bob. caller: good morning. thank you for c-span. all of these mass murders were done by people with known medical histories. histories of insanity. done.g was let's take a one would get the giffords. she met with the sky. there was an interview. i think it was on c-span, she met with this guy and he got bent better shape because she would not meet with him again. where was security for getting giffords and her outdoor event? in this interview she pooh- poohed the whole thing. she had no security. she was as responsible as the shooter in this event. it is tragic that she had no regard for her own safety. host: on our facebook page, glenn has this point -- host: of the twitter page there is this -- frontgun violence is the page below the fold in "the washington post." "a striking racial divide." let me share a portion of what they find. host: the story this morning, if you go inside on the article there is a graph with a look at homicides and suicides across the country. suicide and homicide statistics about -- as shaped by race. david, good morning. caller: good morning. my comm
. this is a photograph of a story in palatine called soccer plus. bob notrip had a pretty good business going and then he ran into something called show rooming. what that consists of is people who would walk into his store and say i'd like to try on a pair of shoes here or some equipment, they'd find exactly what they want, write down all the information and say thanks, bob. walk out, order it on the internet, and pay for it not paying sales tax on their purchase. so bob every time he tried to sell something and collect the sales tax in illinois which he was required to collect, was at a disadvantage. the people who were buying over the internet. is it fair? well, the supreme court said it's up to congress to decide if it's fair. it's up to congress to decide whether internet sales should be subject to state and local sales taxes. that's why we're here. and for my way of thinking this is just a question of fundamental fairness. we're not talking about imposing a new tax. not at all. we're talking about existing taxes. in my state of illinois incidentally, when i buy something on the internet, i have a l
the problem. retired major general bob scales served five years in korea over his time in the military, that spans about three decades. that is him on the right there. he commanded artillery battalion that helped protect a key area along the dmz where we still have tens of thousands of troops. he joins us now. general, every time you're on we learn a little something extra about your service. nice to have you with us here today. >> thanks, jenna. jenna: geography can tell you something. being on the ground can influence your perspective on types of international issues. tell us how your time impacts what you see north korea is doing now and china's comments as well? >> well i spent most of my time actually serving on the dmz as in various capacities, assistant division commander, battalion commander and war planner. i understand as most people what the north korean mostives are and what the real nature the threat from north korea. we think the greatest threat of missiles that launch nuclear weapons. in fact the great threat as you may know, jenna, is the 5,000 artillery pieces they hav
university she is a p deputy analysis. let's hear from bob, south dakota, rural. caller: i have some comments. [indiscernible] we should look at our urban areas. retracting and using that infrastructure that we have built and upgrading it. they have green belt and greenways and parkways you can walk down through in town. it preserves the rural atmosphere, which overhear people moved out into the country and take over farmland and you have the contact between the farming industry and some of the things in the world areas and how people perceive and want to live in the rural area. some of the aspects of that are you revitalize that infrastructure in place. that is interesting. what we are seeing in many of our central cities is an urbanization, a return to a demand for living in the city driven by the growth of the gen ,'s moving into the workforce making choices about housing. they are coming to the district of columbia. the population was growing at 1000 per month. there was the idea that the desire for city living was on the rise. housing market has improved. our cultural identity w
for new election law, increased local representation. what about bob crane -- bahrain where the u.s. has been silent on many human rights abuses? how will he ensure the people that he is still committed to the values of human rights and democracy? the best posture on this is the iranianike issue. this is not an issue for one place that he goes to. we should have a set of common principles that we are talking about, repeating all the time in the area. .es, he is going to a monarchy yes, we have a very strong strategic stake in the well- the kingjordan and of and his government. the president in public should emphasize our commitment to jordan, he should also emphasize our commitments to a set of principles and how we want to do them fulfilled everywhere. i think the focus should be on how can we work with jordan to improve their governance? there are few things that will have more of a positive effect over time and enhancing the effectiveness of jordanian governance. the mix of public and private messages is something that should be part of this trip overall. --let me say, i don't think i
is about to take that charge. a number of those who have looked at it carefully, for example bob filner, who was the head of the veterans committee in the house, who very much embraced reform ideas for the disability system. he left congress now and is mayor of san diego. so some of them have moved on. >> [indiscernible] say there's more hope for some reforms in the veteran's disability area than the overall reform. >> [inaudible] >> two years ago when doug holtz-eakin and i were leading a discussion on the lifting of debt ceiling, some other republicans who were there actually walked out of the room. this year we did not have that. people were more willing to listen. i think the extreme wing of the tea party typically does not attend the harvard new members conferences. [laughter] in my experience. >> among economists, is very significant debate about your estimate, and if so, what are the key issues that would we be doing that we would be tangling with you on? >> that is a great question. the original estimates came back to us early on from a former student of mine who was working in
. >> i'm bob. we talked at the stocks store. i did your taxes. >> i thought you were a tax expert? >> today i'm a master plumber. tracy:. >> the judge says there is nothing false or misleading about the ad. good thing it says about turbotax it is true. the implication you can go to h&r block and maybe not get someone who is experienced in tax preparation is true even though the employees are trained there. that said, david gordon of asymmetric says many of more successful ads released during the tax prep season focused on differentiation. showcasing each firm's unique value proposition. as for ads mentioned in the lawsuit he says while h&r block did complain about their aggressive nature, most of the viewers in the ad test for this survey show they barely noticed the difference. back to you. tracy: i haven't either. i used both products. finished tax return. at end of the day you go with who is easy and got nothing to do with the ads but what do i know? diane macedo thank you very much. >> thank you. adam: you're a tax expert. you know a lot. tracy: but i don't think the ads are t
things will continue. as bob gates said at the national foreign intelligence abruptn 1976 -- 1988, discontinuity is sometimes the last individual to recognize that is the regional analyst. he or she tends to think things will continue. we initially were overly depend on our allies. understanding to what was going on. we minimize also, which was very unfortunate, the military capabilities and objectives and objectives of egypt and syria. we played down the significance of military indicators that egypt and syria were intent on war and willing to pay an extremely high price in blood and treasure. we listened to the mistake and opinion of foreign leaders. we did that in 1990 when the saddam hussein invaded kuwait. we all should read the outstanding review of the intelligence community post- mortem program. 1973-1975. it has been declassified. very instructive. should be required reading for young officers entering intelligence. the lessons unfortunately are hard to learn. we are much better intelligence community that we have ever been. we have more intelligence. we understand it bet
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